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Is there any way to manually specifiy what the limits should be on a heatmap? I have some outliers in my data which are causing me to lose some detail in my heatmap. If I could manually set the limits on the colours that would be great. Is there a way to change the lower limit so it is not 0. For example have the colours ranging from -25 to 25?

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Hi Becky,

We have some improvements to Heatmap scheduled in v2.5 including being able to specify a LinearGradientBrush as a colour map (so having more than one GradientStop) and a Min, Max.

UPDATE 2014:
Please, take a look at the Heatmap Series Overview article from our Knowledgebase, where the new API is described.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

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